Graphics

Ghe Nikolai. “Turning his head, he opened his eyes and looked into Simon's face”
Ghe Nikolai
“Turning his head, he opened his eyes and looked into Simon's face”

Lithographic crayon, blending stump, brush on paper. 43.5 × 30.2 cm

Tretyakov Gallery, formerly Christoph Bollmann's collection, Geneva

#3 2011 (32)

Nina Markova

16242
Ghe Nikolai. “Michael sat, his hands folded on his knees, gazing upwards and smi
Ghe Nikolai
“Michael sat, his hands folded on his knees, gazing upwards and smiling”
1886

Illustration to Leo Tolstoy’s short story “What Men Live By”

Lithographic crayon, blending stump, brush on paper. 38.8 × 32.7 cm

Tretyakov Gallery, formerly Christoph Bolman's collection, Geneva

#3 2011 (32)

Nina Markova

16243
Giacometti Alberto. Portrait of Iliazd. 1961
Giacometti Alberto
Portrait of Iliazd
1961

Frontispiece for Iliazd’s Sentence sans Paroles.

Etching on paper. 

#1 2016 (50)

Natella Voiskunski

17213
Glebova Tatiana. During the Siege. 1942
Glebova Tatiana
During the Siege
1942

Watercolour on paper

31.6 × 44.4 cm

Russian Museum

#1 2020 (66)

Natella Voiskunski

27477
Golitsyn Illarion. Evening Light. 1978
Golitsyn Illarion
Evening Light
1978

Watercolour on paper. 44 × 34.5 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#2 2017 (55)

Irina Leytes, Yekaterina Arkhipova

16396
Golitsyn Illarion. By the Window. 19855
Golitsyn Illarion
By the Window
1985

Watercolour on watermarked paper. 39.1 × 49.8 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#2 2017 (55)

Irina Leytes, Yekaterina Arkhipova

16397
Golitsyn Illarion. A Light Room. 1986
Golitsyn Illarion
A Light Room
1986

Watercolour and lead pencil on watermarked paper. 49.5 × 64.6 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#2 2017 (55)

Irina Leytes, Yekaterina Arkhipova

16398
Golitsyn Illarion. Project of an officersʼ lounge for a river pleasure boat. 195
Golitsyn Illarion
Project of an officersʼ lounge for a river pleasure boat
1954

#2 2020 (67)

Alexander Lavrentiev, Kirill Gavrilin

27930
Golitsyn Illarion. Portrait of Vladimir Favorsky. 1962
Golitsyn Illarion
Portrait of Vladimir Favorsky
1962

Lead pencil

#2 2020 (67)

Alexander Lavrentiev, Kirill Gavrilin

27932
Golov Georgy. Set for Scene 1 of Andrei Arends’ ballet “Salammbo”. 1910
Golov Georgy
Set for Scene 1 of Andrei Arends’ ballet “Salammbo”
1910

Based on Korovin’s sketch.

Photo by Karl Fischer

#1 2012 (34)

Yekaterina Churakova

16400
Golovanov Leonid. Glory to the Red Army! 1946
Golovanov Leonid
Glory to the Red Army!
1946

#1 2010 (26), #3 2013 (40), #1 2020 (66)

Alexander Morozov

16402
Golovin Alexander. Sketch of decorations for A. Koreshenko's ballet «The Magic M
Golovin Alexander
Sketch of decorations for A. Koreshenko's ballet «The Magic Mirror»
1903

Paper, watercolour, gouache, pencil. 66.5 by 82.6 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#1 2006 (10)

Tatiana Gubanova

16405
Golovin Alexander. Koschei the Immortal’s Kingdom. Sketch of the set for Igor St
Golovin Alexander
Koschei the Immortal’s Kingdom. Sketch of the set for Igor Stravinsky’s ballet “Firebird”
1910

Black pencil, bronze paint, gouache on paper. 83 × 102.4 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#3 2007 (16), #3 2009 (24), #3 2013 (40), #3 2014 (44)

Irina Shumanova, Yevgenia Ilukhina

16406
Golovin Alexander. Henrik Ibsen. The Lady from the Sea. Set design. Dr. Wangel’s
Golovin Alexander
Henrik Ibsen. The Lady from the Sea. Set design. Dr. Wangel’s House
1905

St. Petersburg, Imperial Mikhailovsky Theatre. 1905.

Pastel on paper over carton. 70 × 100 cm

© Bakhrushin Theatre Museum

Special issue. NORWAY–RUSSIA: ON THE CROSSROADS OF CULTURES

Inna Solovieva

16408
Golovin Alexander. Self-portrait. 1912
Golovin Alexander
Self-portrait
1912

Tempera on paper mounted on cardboard. 88.6 × 68.9 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16409
Golovin Alexander. The Palace for the Princess. Set design for “The Mermaid” ope
Golovin Alexander
The Palace for the Princess. Set design for “The Mermaid” opera by Alexander Dargomyzhsky
1900

Watercolour, gouache on cardboard. 59 × 82.3 cm 

Museum of the Bolshoi Theatre

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16411
Golovin Alexander. Birch Trees. 1908-1910
Golovin Alexander
Birch Trees
1908-1910

Gouache on paper. 68.2 × 78.3 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16413
Golovin Alexander. Cleopatra. 1898
Golovin Alexander
Cleopatra
1898

Thumbnail decorative majolica panel (for a side facade of the "Metropol" Hotel, Moscow)

Watercolour on paper. 23 × 62 cm (half-round top)

Polenov State Memorial History, Art and Natural Museum Park

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16418
Golovin Alexander. Portrait of Feodor Chaliapin as Farlaf  Opera “Ruslan and Lyu
Golovin Alexander
Portrait of Feodor Chaliapin as Farlaf Opera “Ruslan and Lyudmila” by Mikhail Glinka
1907

Tempera, distemper paint on cardboard. 53 × 39.3 cm

St. Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16419
Golovin Alexander. Main Curtain (with playing cards). Set designs. “Masquerade”
Golovin Alexander
Main Curtain (with playing cards). Set designs. “Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov
1917

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd. 1917

Gouache, silver and bronze paint on cardboard, ink, reed pen. 71.9 × 90.4

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16431
Golovin Alexander. Baroness (Domino). Costume designs. “Masquerade” by Mikhail L
Golovin Alexander
Baroness (Domino). Costume designs. “Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov
1917

Scene 2

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd. 1917

Paper on cardboard, graphite pencil, watercolour, silver paint, ink, pen.  39.8 × 29 cm

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16432
Golovin Alexander. Nina (Domino)
Golovin Alexander
Nina (Domino)
1917

Scene 2

Costume designs. “Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Alexandrinsky Theatre. Petrograd. 1917

Paper on cardboard, graphite pencil, watercolour, white and silver paint, ink, pen.  39.8 × 28.9 cm

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Eleonora Paston

16433
Golovin Alexander. Domino with a Rose. 1917
Golovin Alexander
Domino with a Rose
1917

Costume designs. “Masquerade” by Mikhail Lermontov

Scene II

Graphite pencil, watercolour, silver paint, ink, pen on paper mounted on cardboard. 34.6 × 29.1 cm

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16434
Golovin Alexander. A General View of the Stage. 1910
Golovin Alexander
A General View of the Stage
1910

Set design for Molière’s “Don Juan” at the Alexandrinsky Theatre in 1910

Tempera on canvas. 77 × 99.5 cm

Russian Museum

#3 2014 (44), #4 2019 (65)

Vladimir Kruglov

16441
Golovin Alexander. A Spanish Woman with a Bunch of Yellow Flowers. 1906-1907
Golovin Alexander
A Spanish Woman with a Bunch of Yellow Flowers
1906-1907

Tempera, gouache, pastel on paper. 89 × 62 cm

Russian Museum

#3 2014 (44), #4 2015 (49)

Vladimir Kruglov

16447
Golovin Alexander. A Spanish Woman in a Black Shawl. 1908
Golovin Alexander
A Spanish Woman in a Black Shawl
1908

Gouache, pastel on cardboard. 96.5 × 68.7 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#3 2014 (44), #4 2015 (49)

Olga Davydova

16449
Golovin Alexander. Birches at Night. 1908-1910
Golovin Alexander
Birches at Night
1908-1910

Gouache on paper on cardboard. 78 × 70.3 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#3 2014 (44), #4 2019 (65)

Olga Davydova

16450
Golovin Alexander. Floral pattern. Detail
Golovin Alexander
Floral pattern. Detail
1929-1930

Folder with fabric patterns and colourings to “Othello”, tragedy by William Shakespeare (1930). 

Watercolour, pencil on paper on cardboard

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16451
Golovin Alexander. Floral pattern. Detail
Golovin Alexander
Floral pattern. Detail
1929-1930

Folder with fabric patterns and colourings to “Othello”, tragedy by William Shakespeare (1930). 

Watercolour, pencil on paper on cardboard

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16452
Golovin Alexander. Floral pattern
Golovin Alexander
Floral pattern
1929-1930

Folder with fabric patterns and colourings to “Othello”, tragedy by William Shakespeare (1930). 

Watercolour, pencil on paper on cardboard

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16453
Golovin Alexander. Floral ornament. Detail
Golovin Alexander
Floral ornament. Detail
1929-1930

Folder with fabric patterns and colourings to “Othello”, tragedy by William Shakespeare (1930). 

Watercolour, colour pencils on cardboard

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16454
Golovin Alexander. Floral pattern. Detail
Golovin Alexander
Floral pattern. Detail
1929-1930

Folder with fabric patterns and colourings to “Othello”, tragedy by William Shakespeare (1930). 

Watercolour, pencil on paper on cardboard

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16455
Golovin Alexander. Ornament. Detail
Golovin Alexander
Ornament. Detail
1929-1930

Folder with fabric patterns and colourings to “Othello”, tragedy by William Shakespeare (1930). 

Watercolour, pencil on paper on cardboard

Moscow Art Theatre Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16456
Golovin Alexander. Marquise. 1908
Golovin Alexander
Marquise
1908

Pastel on paper. 86 × 62 cm

Fine Arts Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan

#3 2014 (44), #2 2018 (59)

Olga Davydova

16457
Golovin Alexander. Sketch of decorative mural “Orpheus Playing” for the Metropol
Golovin Alexander
Sketch of decorative mural “Orpheus Playing” for the Metropol Hotel
1901

“Mir Iskusstva” magazine. 1901. No. 11-12. P. 151

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16459
Golovin Alexander. Eurydice’s tomb in a reclusive grove of laura and cypresses.
Golovin Alexander
Eurydice’s tomb in a reclusive grove of laura and cypresses
1911

Act 1 set design to “Orpheus and Eurydice”, opera by Christoph von Gluck

Watercolour, charcoal, pastel on paper. 69.7 × 97 cm

Tretyakov Gallery

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16460
Golovin Alexander. The Kingdom of Eros
Golovin Alexander
The Kingdom of Eros
1911

Final episode.

Set design to “Orpheus and Eurydice”, opera by Christoph von Gluck. 1911

Watercolour, gouache on cardboard. 69.8 × 97.3 cm

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

#3 2014 (44)

Olga Davydova

16464
Golovin Alexander. Elysium
Golovin Alexander
Elysium
1911

Scene 2. Act 2

Set design to “Orpheus and Eurydice”, opera by Christoph von Gluck. 1911

Watercolour on paper. 63.9 × 90.4 cm (without frame)

© Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

#3 2014 (44), #4 2019 (65)

Olga Davydova

16466
Golovin Alexander. A Square in the Kremlin
Golovin Alexander
A Square in the Kremlin
1908

Set design to "Boris Godunov", opera by Modest Mussorgsky

"Ballets Russes",  Paris, 1908

Watercolour, gouache, bronze and silver paint, pastel on cardboard. 66.5 × 81.5 cm (without frame)

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum, Moscow

#3 2014 (44), #4 2019 (65)

Irina Shumanova

16472
Golovin Alexander. A Square in the Kremlin
Golovin Alexander
A Square in the Kremlin
1911

Set design to "Boris Godunov", opera by Modest Mussorgsky

Mariinsky Theatre. St. Petersburg, 1911

Tempera on paper mounted on cardboard. 64.5 × 83 cm

Russian Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Irina Shumanova

16473
Golovin Alexander. Side curtain
Golovin Alexander
Side curtain
1921

Set design "The Firebird", ballet by Igor Stravinsky

Mariinsky Theatre, Petrograd, 1921

Watercolour, gouache, ink, pen on paper. 30 × 40 cm

Russian Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Irina Shumanova

16474
Golovin Alexander. Stage portal
Golovin Alexander
Stage portal
1921

Stage portal

Set design "The Firebird", ballet by Igor Stravinsky

Mariinsky Theatre, Petrograd, 1921

Watercolour, gouache, ink, pen on paper. 30 × 39.9 cm

St. Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music

#3 2014 (44)

Irina Shumanova

16475
Golovin Alexander. Background
Golovin Alexander
Background
1921

Set design "The Firebird", ballet by Igor Stravinsky

Mariinsky Theatre, Petrograd, 1921

Watercolour, gouache, ink, pen on paper. 30.9 × 37.4 cm

Russian Museum

#3 2014 (44)

Irina Shumanova

16476
Golovin Alexander. Kashchey
Golovin Alexander
Kashchey
1921

Costume design to "The Firebird", ballet by Igor Stravinsky

Mariinsky Theatre, Petrograd, 1921

Watercolour, gouache, ink, pen on paper. 30 × 20 cm 

© Harvard University Library

#3 2014 (44)

Irina Shumanova

16477
Golovin Alexander. Kikimora
Golovin Alexander
Kikimora
1921

Costume design to "The Firebird", ballet by Igor Stravinsky

Mariinsky Theatre, Petrograd, 1921

Watercolour, gouache, ink, pen on paper. 30 × 20 cm 

© Harvard University Library

#3 2014 (44)

Irina Shumanova

16478